US states could face weather colder than Antarctica

Several states across US Midwest region are bracing for extreme, life-threatening weather.

    Several states across the US Midwest are bracing for extreme weather that could be colder than some parts of Antarctica.

    At least three governors have issued a state of emergency, with temperatures potentially reaching life-threatening conditions.

    Schools, businesses and airports have closed due to the low temperatures and millions of Americans have been warned to stay home to avoid the risk of frostbite.

    Al Jazeera's Katia Lopez Hodayan reports.


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